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We are in the middle of Spring Break 2017 in our school district. Some familys have gone away on vacations, some enjoy stay-cations. There are some families who have their students left to entertain themselves and/or siblings behind locked doors. This is the world we live in. Our family has had all three types of […]
You know when you look at your kids and watch them truly enjoy something; then your mind starts looking to the future; well I can testify that I used to do that. I had this week planned out to be hanging out at Wells Fargo Arena for the Iowa High School Wrestling Championships. I have […]
Happy New Year! We wish you all the best in 2016. May you fulfill your resolutions and be an encouraging light for all those around you. Cherish your time with family and friends, and don’t forget to say, “I love you.” Peace, Blessings and Love; WildfarmKids family How to Pay it Forward.
Today is our middle daughters first football game to cheer at as an offical cheerleader. As with all new adventures I want a picture to capture this day and while trying to get the perfect picture before the school bus came, my youngest two kept photo bombing so instead of getting mad I just took […]
Once again we want to talk about this subject. With schools being out for the summer and pools open for the season, this is another “game” that youth and even adults will try. It is very similar to the choking game . Shallow water blackout (SWB) is caused by competitive or continuous breath holding or […]
Safety Awareness Month! What do you live for? June is National Safety Awareness Month. Everyone has something they live to see or experience. No matter what your passion is. We would like to encourage you all to take some sort of action to highlight the importance of keeping your children and family safe. Read through our website […]
180 weeks have past since Joshua passed away from the choking game. All week I have been looking at data and searching for ways to get information to people who still don’t know. This is not going away. 180: what a number. Associated with turning around. We want to do that with the education attitude […]